How SNMP Obtains Information from Routers for the SRC Software
Some scripts in the SRC software use SNMP to get information from the router. For example, the poolPublisher router initialization script uses SNMP to read the IP pools.
On the router, you can configure access to the router’s SNMP server. See Configuring the SNMP Server on the JunosE Router.
On the SAE, you can configure global default SNMP communities that are used for read and write access to the router.
You can specify SNMP communities for each virtual router. We recommend that you specify communities for each virtual router instead of configuring global communities.